an ode to coachella


What would a style blog be without an ode to the most fashionable music festival? It’s no secret that Coachella happened this weekend and I’m still gushing over all the looks. (Insert heart-eye emoji).

Festival fashion is a stylists dream, or rather this stylists dream. The staples of this notorious trend are boho and chic and can be worn in so many unique ways; the felt hats, stylish sunglasses, elegant lace, vintage-inspired jewelry and intriguing patterns and trends – it’s a wonderland of possibilities.

Today I’ve styled three looks that embody the primary trends of festival fashion. Each revolves around my favorite cream lace dress from American Eagle and my go-to crossover slides from Sseko Designs (designed by the OG girlboss Sophia Bush).

My first look, and admittedly my favorite, features a black Miss Me knit vest and a chunky, metallic-inspired necklace from Urban Outfitters.


miss me vest, american eagle dress, urban outfitters necklace + sseko designs crossover sandals


alex and ani bangles, turquoise pixie bracelet from the shine project + michael kors watch


My second look thrives on accessories – my black Brixton hat, my retro Ray Ban sunglasses (a purchase my dad made as a young adult in the early 80s) and my Urban necklace.


brixton hat, ray bans sunglasses, american eagle dress, urban outfitters necklace + sseko designs crossover sandals


My final look is subtly simple – what I love about festival fashion is that nothing is too casual. My white dress complements my crossover slides, round sunglasses and red lips to create an effortless look.


free people sunglasses, american eagle dress + sseko designs crossover slides



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